Economic valuation of water resources Valuation of goods and services provided by water Economic valuation here serves as a basis for evaluating the trade-offs involved in the allocation of water resources between competing wants. Given the perspective outlined in Chapter 1, the focus is particularly on valuation of changes in functions provided by water resources under different allocation options.
You will see the virtual obliteration of the industrial culture, the national sovereignty, and even the mortal existence of the nation called Australia. You will see exemplary evidence of the same operations being conducted against countries of Asia and continental Europe.
It is readily and fairly calculated, that the policy-measures which the Prince and his accomplices have adopted, and are implementing currently would, if allowed, reduce the population of this planet from a current level of about 5. Under conditions produced as a byproduct of such concentrated shock to the collective immune-system of all higher forms of life, it is by no means assured that any human beings would exist at the close of the coming century, if the Prince and his accomplices were not stopped, and the policies reversed, now.
We might hope such a holocaust were not certain, but we dare not risk that wish; in any case, the Prince, his accomplices, and their evil policies must be stopped now. One must not overestimate the morality of those sections of the oligarchy which are working toward the ouster of the Windsors, of the Thatcherites, or both.
From the standpoint of such factions of the oligarchy, the essential crime of the Windsors and the Thatcherites like the Bush-leaguers in the U. They appear as a degenerate stage of a species, which is no longer capable of presenting, or tolerating new ideas, at a time that valid new conceptions of policy are desperately wanted.
He has been but the defective instrument of a policy-interest which was defined millennia before he was born, and will be a continuing danger for at least the several decades immediately before us, after he is departed.
The crime documented in this report is by far the greatest crime perpetrated in all human history: SincePrince Philip has supplied a crucial leading role in heading up this global criminal conspiracy, but he did not originate the underlying policy.
Following our presentation of the evidence against the culpable Prince and his more notable accomplices, we have appended an appropriate "sentencing report.
When you decide how you must judge the perpetrators charged here, we ask that you not lose sight of the setting in which this case is being heard. The evil permeating the criminality of the Prince and his accomplices is very old, as old as the dimly lit fringes of earliest known history.
The ultimate enemy is not this unfortunate Prince, but rather that specific tradition of criminality fairly described as "oligarchism. In selecting a just and prudent course of action in the matter of the ongoing criminality documented here, we must rise above the prevailing decadence of most current international legal and related practice, to cure the problem, rather than, as the victors perverted the post-World War II Nuremberg Trials, seeking to hide our own earlier negligence behind some conspicuous suffering imposed upon inculpated scapegoats.
We do not go so far as to suggest that this signals the onset of an Apocalypse; but, it does symptomize a crisis fairly seen as permeated with an apocalyptical quality. To the historian, such a spectacle is to be compared only with the numerous earlier, analogous cases of closing periods of dynastic collapse which have characterized the known history of every culture on this planet, prior to the Renaissance advent of modern European christian civilization.
No dynasty, however ancient or powerful, of whatever culture, has ever survived the end of such a dynastic cycle. The Windsors show no talent for becoming an exception to that rule. Such evidence helps the jurors assembled better to understand that this Windsor dynasty were almost certainly turned into a pitied relic very soon, whatever we do or fail to do in this proceeding.
Our task is not to punish the Windsors although we may be hastening their retirementbut rather to act with greater prudence than any ruling culture has shown at the close of any earlier time or place of apocalyptical crisis.
Our work here will be rightly judged not by some silly "Nuremberg-style" sentence we might recommend for the Prince and his accomplices.
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It is relevant to this admonition, to recognize, from considering how many millions of onlookers have tolerated the nature and scope of the crimes which the Prince has conducted openly, how little enduring good was done, or personal political courage shown by the Nuremberg courts after World War II.
The crimes of the House of Windsor must be seen rightly by this jury, by borrowing the eyes of history.To promote the production of Traditional Sweets as an integral and determining factor in the preservation of the Cultural Heritage of cities / regions of Atantic Area.
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